Findings, Challenges, and Recommendations for Teaching in Academia. Susan Rodger, Duke University Patricia Joseph, Slippery Rock University Joyce Currie Little, Towson University Suzanne Westbrook, Univ of Arizona [email protected] Thursday, Oct 2, 2008 2:45pm-3:45pm.
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Susan Rodger, Duke University
Patricia Joseph, Slippery Rock University
Joyce Currie Little, Towson University
Suzanne Westbrook, Univ of Arizona
Thursday, Oct 2, 2008
What I wish that someone
had told me…
“potential for security of employment”
It’s still a “chilly climate” for women in academe” … Be aware of it so that you won’t be blind-sided.
San Diego State, grad ass’t + , THEN Goucher College, CC Dir, Instr; THEN Community College of Baltimore, & during: Chamberlayne Junior College; THEN
Towson University, since 1981 (Founding Department Chair 1984)Joyce Currie Little, ProfessorComputer & Information SciencesTowson University
WHAT A JOY - LOVE IT! Dir, Instr; THEN Community College of Baltimore, & during: Chamberlayne Junior College; THEN
CONTINUING TO LEARN!
HELPING NEXT GENERATION
A DECENT LIVING
TOO BUSY - MANY CONTINUING DUTIES
GENERATIONAL CHALLENGES, BOTH STUDENTS/FACULTY
A DECENT LIVINGTEACHING IN ACADEMIAWHAT’S GOOD * WHAT’S BAD
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS:
POLICY DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS
(THE “RED BOOK”)
Computing Educators Oral History Project.
“The Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women?”
“Women Faculty at Work . . .”